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Fonts Used In Website

It’s important to be consistent with font (and color) use across all marketing channels. Here are the two typefaces and their fonts that are being used throughout the site, with links to purchase licenses for use outside of the website. The license for website usage is covered under Status Forward’s Adobe Creative Cloud subscription, nowhere else.

Font Name: fontlink

This is the sans-serif font. We used “black” for the logo, and “black”, “bold”, “regular” and “regular italic” for select body copy and most headlines throughout the website.

Font Name: fontlink

This is the sans-serif font. We used “black” for the logo, and “black”, “bold”, “regular” and “regular italic” for select body copy and most headlines throughout the website.

HEADLINES

This is an H1 headline

H1 headlines are only used for page and post titles and are automatically generated by the system. You should never need to insert an H1 into your page or post.

THIS IS AN H2 HEADLINE

I am a smaller H3 Headline

THIS IS AN H4 HEADLINE

THIS IS AN H5 HEADLINE
This is an h6 headline
BODY COPY

This is how body copy looks throughout the website. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur elit. I am a text link in eros elementum tristique. I am bold text, mi quis viverra ornare, eros dolor interdum nulla, ut commodo diam libero vitae erat. Aenean faucibus nibh et justo cursus id rutrum lorem imperdiet. Nunc ut sem vitae risus tristique posuere.

INTRO BODY COPY: USE STYLE “INTRO” IN ADDITIONAL CSS CLASS FIELD.

This is example lead-in text that is set apart from the body copy. It is often used at the start of a page to lead visitors into the content.

COLORS USED SITE-WIDE

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